[Jonestown, Research Seminar, Center for the Study of New Religious Movements Collections, Graduate Theological Union]
Source 2 Tapes of 2: 1/8 inch audio cassetteRun time 02:54:33Language EnglishContact Information Graduate Theological Union, 2400 Ridge Road, Berkeley, CA 94709, Telephone: (510) 649-2500, email: email@example.com, http://gtu.edu/library
: Diane Louie and Richard Clark discuss their experiences with People's Temple at a research seminar for the Center for the Study of New Religious Movements in America. They led a group of 11 people in an escape on the morning of the mass suicide at Jonestown. The research seminar included 20 other participants, who asked questions and commented on the speakers' remarks.Tape Label
: NRM 1/15/81Collection Guide
: Inventory of the Centers and Programs, Center for the Study of New Religious Movements Collections, 1977-1983Call Number
: GTU 91-9-3Rights
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Speakers: Clark, Richard; Louie, Diane; Anthony, Dick, 1939-
January 2, 2015
Thank You For This.
Sincerely, Jameel Rawls Research